Paul Feinstein has been writing and editing in Los Angeles and around the world since 2000. He has written travel guides to LA, Bangkok, Tokyo, Florence, and Barcelona and has written for myriad publications and media companies including Travel + Leisure, Fodor’s Travel, Lonely Planet, MyRecipes, Time Out, Culture Trip, TBS, FOX, Disney, Stacker, and NBC/Universal. An avid traveler, Paul has been to more than 55 countries, lived in Israel, and is particularly obsessed with Italy and Japan.
To commemorate the upcoming 75th anniversary of the National Basketball Association in 2022, Stacker looked back at historical moments from every year from 1946 to today.
Professional athletes can do amazing things on the field of play. They jump higher, run faster, and hit harder than anyone else on the planet. That’s why the moments they screw up bring fans so much joy: because, for a brief moment in time, the players look mortal.
The ‘90s are chock-full of iconic sports moments from Michael Jordan’s retirement and Mike Tyson’s biting problems to O.J.’s Bronco and Joe Carter’s walk-off. These are some of the most iconic moments from the decade.
Traveling by yourself can be one of the most exhilarating experiences you’ll ever have. And doing your research to make the most of those experiences can help you upgrade the trip of a lifetime. Using a variety of sources, Stacker has compiled 30 tips for solo travelers.
America might get a bad rap in certain respects, but when it comes to tourist attractions, few countries have it beat. Whether it’s the tallest trees in the world, stunning coastlines, or amazing amusement parks, the bucket list of travel destinations in America is virtually endless.